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Definitions

  1. Cagney was cast to play the nice-guy Matt Doyle, opposite Eddie Woods' Tom Powers.
  2. Cagney was one of my best acting teachers via his autobiography, Cagney By Cagney, a book I first acquired in high school.
  3. James Cagney was originally announced for the role of Robin Hood, just before Cagney left Warner Bros.
  4. James Cagney was one of the true great actors, playing any roll from gangster to dancer.
  5. James Cagney was a superstar actor 75 years ago.

Love

  1. I love the section, late in the book, where the author and Cagney meet, and biography suddenly becomes autobiography.

Character

  1. In the TV movie, Cagney had been played by Loretta Switt, and in the first season of the series, the character had been portrayed by Meg Foster.

James Cagney

  1. Trying to make a Hollywood comeback after working in Europe, she turned down an offer to star with James Cagney in the classic The Public Enemy (1931).

Play

  1. James Cagney and George Raft had both turned down Bogart's part in High Sierra; Raft didn't want to play a character who died at the end.

Movie

  1. James Cagney recalls in his autobiography that this movie was his favorite, largely due to his love of dancing.

Dvd

  1. We want ALL seasons on DVD! I can't say enough about Cagney & Lacey.

Billing

  1. Like James Stewart, Cagney became so familiar to audiences that they usually referred to him as "Jimmy" Cagney — a billing never found on any of his films.

Tyne

  1. The fans on the Cagney & Lacey chat site are starting a write to Oprah campaign to get Sharon, Tyne and Barney on the show to boost the DVD sales.

Time

  1. It would be 10 years before Cagney played another gangster (in White Heat), a time in which gangster movies themselves became rare.

Life Magazine

  1. At this time, Cagney heard of Audie Murphy, a young war hero who appeared on the front of Life magazine[38].

Roaring Twenties

  1. The Roaring Twenties A breakthrough for director Walsh, this classic boasts electric performances from both Cagney and Bogie.

Lacey

  1. The gown intended for a costume company, mistakenly gets sent to Joan (Tyne Daly- "Judging Amy," "Cagney And Lacey"), another woman who also finds love.
  2. But where other shows cast the foxiest people possible, Cagney & Lacey relied on character development instead of sex.

Cagney

  1. Cagney completed his first decade of movie-making in 1939, with The Roaring Twenties, his first film with Raoul Walsh and last with Bogart.
  2. Cagney & Lacey is an American television series that first aired on the CBS television network for seven seasons from 1982 to 1988.

Categories

  1. Lacey
  2. Roaring Twenties
  3. Life Magazine
  4. Bogart
  5. Law > Criminal Law > Crime > Gangster
  6. Books about "Cagney" in Amazon.com

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